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Sequoyah's Clubs & Activities

Academic Team
SponsorRussell Sullivan

7th and 8th Graders compete in academic subjects. Encourages scholarship in many areas.


Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS)
Sponsor:  

FCS is a student-led group that promotes spiritual growth in a Christian environment in the school through opportunities to have interdenominational fellowship, testimonies, prayer and devotionals.


National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)
Sponsors:  Katie Lee

NJHS is a service-oriented organization used to promote teamwork, leadership and good character. The member requirements are good citizenship skills and high grade-point averages. Visit Ms. Lee's website for the latest information for NJHS.


Science Olympiad
Sponsors:  Gayle Hahn and Katie Lee

Science Olympiad is a team of 15-20 students that compete in a total of 23 STEM events at a freshman college level. Self motivation needed, and 3-4 competitions are on Saturdays. Lots of fun while learning!


Student Council
Sponsor:  Melissa Shultz

The mission of the Student Council is to provide a voice for the students of Sequoyah Middle School, to provide activities for the student body, to render community service, and to demonstrate leadership and the democratic decision-making process.


Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Sponsor:  LeighAnne Lovett

SADD's mission is to encourage students at Sequoyah to lead a drug-free life.


Technology Students of America (TSA)
Sponsor:  Gayle Hahn

TSA is for either current or past Gateway to Technology students. Students will work on and compete in events they choose.


TigerBots
Sponsor:  Michael Schroeder

TigerBots Robotics Club will be building and competing in robotics events throughout the state.


Tiger Challenge
Sponsors:  Katie Lee

This group encourages the tenants of Rachel’s Challenge by modeling the “Chain Reaction of Compassion and Kindness.”


Yearbook
Sponsor:  David Langston

Students produce annual yearbook with teacher supervision. Club meets after school.